Hotel Logis des Remparts
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- Swimming pool
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We took the train into Bordeaux for the day. It was strange to be in a busy vibrant city after so many days in the country. There was so much to see and not possible to take it all in in one day we would love to come back here for longer ...
... its self. It was definitely a sight to see with the ocean on one side and a Forrest on the other we walked along it for a bit but it was huge and on the top the wind was picking up the sand with some force so it was a bit painful on your bare legs. We sat down on the sheltered side and ate some macaroons we had purchased from the market in town. We got back to Bordeaux late ...
... in the ring position to get the pretty photo by the river but I plan to buy the info book of all the châteaus which are filled with pretty photos. The château as had a hard life two thirds of it was demolished dd sold for money so only one wing remains but it's still pretty as with the gardens. Next is Chenonceau, known as the women's castle, the building ...
... In one of the main areas, a massive carnival was being set up, unfortunately it wouldn’t begin until the following week. We ended up having dinner one night at a pub called the Blarney Stone, which we thought was funny because we have one at home in Vancouver. I really enjoyed Bordeaux and its beauty. After our weekend here, we set back to Cahors to pack and get ready for our big journey to ...
... stressed vine was produces the best grapes... From the cellar we took this extremely fancy elevator down to a basement area for wine tasting. Their wines weren't too crash hot though. Which was funny considering how mug they have invested... After this tour we had a free afternoon, sober decided we could fit in one last tour. So we went to this winery that is renowned for it cave like cellars where they store their barrels and bottled ...